The Family-company owner, Axel-Georg André, talks about his relationship to the company and his cigars.
On January 30, 1817, Johann Friedrich Christian André founded a company in Osnabrück, Germany, that manufactured smoking tobacco. We’re taking this occasion to follow the invitation of the traditional company Arnold André almost exactly to the day, 200 years later.
Rocky Patel Premium Cigars (RPPC) announced the release of a diminutive vitola for the popular Vintage 1999 series call Minis.
In order to uncover the secret formula of the innovative Mexican cigar brand Casa Turrent, we meet Alejandro Turrent, mastermind behind the product, and embark on searching for clues together.
Kick off the 18th annual Festival del Habano in an authentic Cuban atmosphere and support a rehabilitation center for disabled children in Camagüey.
Joakim Widell lives on the island of Gotland and is field worker, farmer, blender, and roller, all in one, for his cigar, Tektor. About eight years ago he was given some tobacco seeds as a gift and he began the experiment of planting tobacco on Gotland.
One year ago, the IWCS conducted a survey of 500 women on their preferences, tendencies and approach to cigars. We’re now releasing the third part of the results.
There is hardly any other cigar label that is as strongly, virtually pictorially, connected to a woman as the brand Maya Selva Cigars. This may ostensibly have to do with the fact that the founder gave the brand her name. But those who have the opportunity to meet the Franco-Honduran personally immediately feel that this strong, energetic woman lives for “her cigars”.
Steven Kron, global head of Dunhill Cigars, introduced the Dunhill Heritage line in Bratislava on February 15, 2016. This cigar, characterized by Honduran tobaccos and its flavor, is available in Slovakia.
Woermann Cigars has an eventful corporate history behind it. This year, the german company is celebrating its 125th anniversary, and, with it, a success story in the German tobacco industry.
Women in the cigar scene are no longer just an appendage to passionados. Passionadas characterize the cigar scene. They come “voluntarily”, not acting as chaperones but as attendees in their own right, to club nights, cigar events, tastings and trade fairs. They know pretty much what they want to smoke and are quite knowledgeable.
Gestocigars, located in Geneva, Switzerland is celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2015. A good op portunity to have a look behind the scenes of the Swiss importer company, which has repeatedly garnered attention due to its excellent price-performance ratio.